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29. May 2022
Novigrad
Novigrad is a tourist town located on the west coast of Istria. The Novigrad Riviera stretches from Dajla in the north to the mouth of the Mirna River in the south. This area is characterized by access and low coastline, which has landscaped sandy and rocky beaches. Novigrad has the cleanest sea in this part of the Mediterranean. On the Riviera there are many hotels that have nearby sports fields and a varied catering offer. The old town lies on an islet that was united with the mainland in the 18th century. One of the most interesting tourist symbols of the city is the preserved medieval walls. Over the centuries, Novigrad has been under many foreign administrations and cultures ...
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29. May 2022
Porec - Euphrasius basilica
The Euphrasian Basilica is located in the old town of Porec. The basilica is the most valuable cultural monument in Porec and the best preserved monument of early Byzantine art in the Mediterranean. The Euphrasian Basilica was built in the middle of the 6th century on the foundations of the previous three-nave basilica in the time of Emperor Justinian I and Bishop Euphrasius, after whom it was named. The entire basilica complex consists of the following buildings: the Gothic-style basilica, the parish church, the Mauro pulpit, the trikora, the sacristy, the baptistery, the bell tower and the nearby episcopal mansion. Among the archeological finds, the most important are mosaics f ...
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29. May 2022
Novigrad - Gallerion
Novigrad is a small Mediterranean town located in the northwest of Istria, between Umag and Poreč. It is an attractive tourist destination and port, which was once a quiet fishing village, but over the years has become a popular resort for tourists from all over Europe and the world. The settlement is said to have been founded in late antiquity by refugees from Pannonian Emona. Novigrad is marked by many cultural and historical sights. The old town was once completely surrounded by mighty walls, which have only been partially preserved to this day. In the old center, the rich heritage of the city is complemented by an interesting and diverse layout of the Gallerion, which is a na ...
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29. May 2022
Porec - North Defense Tower
Porec is a popular tourist town on the west coast of Istria. The trademark of Porec are clean and tidy beaches and many islands. The Porec Riviera stretches from the Lim Channel in the south and to the Mirna River Valley in the north. Tourist centers are Zelena Laguna, Bijela Uvala, Plava Laguna, Brulo, Spadici, Materada, Ulika, Cervar-Porat and Lanterna. Porec has a rich historical and cultural heritage. The city developed on the basis of Roman architecture and to this day the orthogonal urban layout of the streets has been preserved, with picturesque Romanesque buildings and Venetian Gothic palaces. Porec achieved its greatest rise during the reign of the Byzantine Emperor Just ...
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29. May 2022
Motovun
Motovun is a picturesque town located on a hill in central Istria, above the middle part of the Mirna river valley. The area is a popular excursion point. Local people are engaged in winemaking, local varieties of Malvasia and Teran wines are well known. Motovun is a typical example of a medieval town, which developed on the remains of a prehistoric fort. In the 10th and 11th centuries it was owned by the Bishop of Porec and the Patriarchs of Aquileia, and from 1278 it was owned by Venice. The central old town is surrounded by 13th and 14th century defensive walls. Today it is a unique promenade that offers beautiful views of central Istria. The lower part of Motovun developed on ...
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29. May 2022
Istarske toplice
Istarske toplice are located in the valley of the river Mirna in the northwestern part of Istria. They are a thermal spa and recreation center, located in the middle of lush green nature. Nearby is the famous settlement of Motovun, which has preserved its picturesque medieval appearance. In written sources, the spa is mentioned around the year 400. Modern spas with international recognition, however, became in 1904 when they made the first facility. Istarske toplice experienced great development after 1970, when they built a hotel and hired professional medical staff. The Istarske toplice health resort has 350 beds, two apartments and 48 modernly equipped beds, which are located i ...
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29. May 2022
Rabac
Rabac is a lively tourist town located in the bay of the same name below Labin. It lies in the breeze before the winds, under the steep limestone slopes, which are partly overgrown with Mediterranean shrubs. Rabac Bay is a submerged part of the valley along which the Rabac stream flows. The coastal plain at the mouth of the stream ends with a beautiful sandy beach, which is about a hundred meters long. Rabac consists of two parts, the upper part is older and the lower part with the port is younger. Settlement towards the sea began in the 19th century with a focus on seafaring and fishing. At that time, Rabac competed with Medulin, Moscenica and even Umag and Porec as a naval base ...
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29. May 2022
Hotel Flanona
Hotel Flanona is a picturesque view point located in the southern part of Cape Fianona. It lies at 246 meters above sea level, halfway between the cities of Pula and Rijeka and about two kilometers from the center of the old town of Plomin. Hotel Flanona features an elegant restaurant with a spacious terrace, which has a beautiful view of the Kvarner Bay and the nearby islands of Cres and Losinj. In addition to stunning views, it offers excellent food and a wide range of drinks, served by friendly staff. The culinary offer offers guests and other visitors delicious traditional Istrian dishes. All rooms are air conditioned and include a telephone, free Wi-Fi, LCD satellite TV, fre ...
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29. May 2022
Novigrad - Church of Our Lady of Mount Carmel
Novigrad is a picturesque town, tourist center and port, which administratively falls under the Istria Country. Once a peaceful fishing village, it has developed over the years into a popular resort for tourists from all over Europe and the world. It is located on the west coast of the Istrian peninsula, on the coast between Porec and Umag. Novigrad is marked by a varied historical past, which is reflected in the rich cultural heritage and many attractions. Among the largest are the walls with towers and the former main city gate, bell tower, the parish Church of St. Pelagius and St. Maximilian, the Lapidarium Museum, the Rigo Gallery on the ground floor of the old Rigo Family Pa ...
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29. May 2022
Porec - Round Defense Tower
Porec is an interesting tourist town located on the west coast of Istria. The Porec Riviera stretches from the Lim Channel in the south and to the Mirna River Valley in the north. Tourist centers are Zelena Laguna, Bijela Uvala, Plava Laguna, Brulo, Spadici, Materada, Ulika, Cervar-Porat and Lanterna. The trademark of Porec are clean and tidy beaches and many islands. Porec has a rich historical and cultural heritage. The city developed on the basis of Roman architecture and to this day the orthogonal urban layout of the streets has been preserved, with picturesque Romanesque buildings and Venetian Gothic palaces. Porec achieved its greatest rise during the reign of the Byzantine ...
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29. May 2022
Camp Premantura
Camp Premantura is located right by the sea in Runke Bay. It is only one kilometer away from the village Premantura, which is the most southern village on the Istrian peninsula and 10 km from the city of Pula. Camp Premantura or Resort Kranjski kamp has three stars and falls under the auspices of the Holiday Association Vodnik Kranj. In Camp Premantura, accommodation is possible in bungalows for four people, family rooms, caravans with a canopy for 2 or 5 people, in smaller wooden bungalows and in caravans Treska. Part of the resort in the campsite is arranged only for camping with its own tent, motorhome or caravan. Shared toilets are arranged for men and women, have showers wit ...
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29. May 2022
Makarska
Makarska is a tourist town and port, which stretches at the foot of the Biokovo Mountains along the main road Split-Dubrovnik and belongs to the Split-Dalmatia County. The city is located in the bay closed by the peninsula of St. Peter and Cape Osejeva. Makarska is the center of the Makarska Riviera. The main economic activity of Makarska, as well as the entire region, is tourism. It stretches between the municipalities of Brela and Gradac. It developed along the sea coast and at the foot of the mountain ridge Biokovo. Makarska is the center of the Makarska Riviera. The main economic activity of Makarska, as well as the entire region, is tourism. It stretches between the municipal ...
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29. May 2022
Pula
Pula is a seaside town in Croatia, located in the south of the Istrian peninsula. It is the largest town in Istria County, known for its calm sea, beautiful nature and mild climate. Pula is characterized by a long tradition of fishing, winemaking, shipbuilding, transit ports and tourism. Pula is a city with many cultural and historical monuments, among which the most famous are the Pula Arena, the Temple of Augustus, the Arc de Triomphe - the Golden Gate, the Iron and Glass Market, the town hall, the mosaic of punishing the Race, double gates and city walls, Forum, Hercules Gate , church and monastery of St. Francis, the Cathedral of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, the ...
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29. May 2022
Plomin
Plomin is an interesting town located on the Istrian peninsula, the largest in the Adriatic Sea. It is located at the foot of Sisol on Vela vrata. It is a village marked by culture and rich historical treasures. It lies about 10 kilometers away from nearby Labin. Plomin stretches on an 80 meter high hill. It is a popular destination for tourists traveling through Istria. It was originally called Flanona. The settlement was built in Roman times, above the bay of the same name. Plomin was abandoned after Second World War as the bay became too muddy and the inhabitants, who were mostly Italians, emigrated to Italy. The place eventually settled again and today it is home to about 130 ...
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29. May 2022
Novigrad - Bell Tower
The town of Novigrad is a popular tourist center in Istria, which administratively falls under the County of Istria. It lies on the west coast of the Istrian peninsula, south of Umag. It is closed from the northern part by the bay of the River Mirna, which flows into the Adriatic Sea here. Novigrad has a varied historical past, which is reflected in many cultural attractions. Among the largest are the church of St. Pelagius and St. Maximus, the bell tower, the former city walls, the round tower and more. The Lapidarium Museum is located in the immediate vicinity of the parish church of St. Pelagius and St. Maximus. Lapidarium is one of the most important collections of its kind i ...
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29. May 2022
Porec
Porec is a picturesque tourist town located on the west coast of Istria. The Porec Riviera stretches from the Lim Channel in the south and to the Mirna River Valley in the north. Tourist centers are Zelena Laguna, Bijela Uvala, Plava Laguna, Brulo, Spadici, Materada, Ulika, Cervar-Porat and Lanterna. Porec has a rich historical and cultural heritage. The city developed on the basis of Roman architecture and to this day the orthogonal urban layout of the streets has been preserved, with picturesque Romanesque buildings and Venetian Gothic palaces. Porec achieved its greatest rise during the reign of the Byzantine Emperor Justinian. The largest cultural monument from this period is ...
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29. May 2022
Vrsar
Vrsar is a picturesque town, only about ten kilometers from Porec . The place is recognizable as a typical Istrian castle settlement. People used to be engaged in viticulture and fishing, but today tourism predominates. There are a number of islets scattered on the sea, which emphasize the picturesqueness of the surroundings. There were Illyrian forts on the surrounding hills, which is a special feature of the Istrian landscape, especially around the hinterland of the Lim Bay. Traces of the Roman settlement of Ursaria remain in the port and the surrounding area, such as villas and aqueducts. The ancient settlement stretched along the seashore. Ancient quarries are nearby, and tomb ...
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29. May 2022
Kamenjak
Cape Kamenjak is located near Pula. Kamenjak is about 1.5 km wide and about 9.5 km long peninsula, which has been protected as a nature park since 1996. Kamenjak Nature Park has many hidden coves, beautiful beaches and uninhabited islands. Kamenjak is considered one of the most beautiful Mediterranean peninsulas. Its special feature is the indented 30 km long coast, numerous rocky and sandy beaches and the interesting underwater cave Golimbere, located in the southern part. At the southern end of the cape is also the picturesque Safari bar, which stands in the middle of an authentic Robinson Crusoe environment. The bays of Portic and Polje, as well as Debeljak and Lokva, are well ...
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29. May 2022
Jama Baredine
Baredine Cave is located near Nova vas, between Tara, Visnjan and Porec. The road to the cave is marked with signposts, and in front of the cave there is a large parking lot. Baredine Cave is a protected geomorphological monument of nature. For centuries, beautiful underground sculptures - stalactites and stalagmites - have been created in the Baredine Cave. The most beautiful are the following: the statue of the Mother of God, the Leaning Tower of Pisa, the body of the shepherdess Milka, about ten meters high curtains and a snowman - a torchbearer, which is a trademark of the cave Baredine. The cave is also home to a human fish, which is an endemic species. The tour of the Bared ...
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29. May 2022
Makarska - Church of St. Philip Neri
Makarska is a coastal town in the Split-Dalmatia County, at the foot of Mount Biokovo. It has been an administrative, political, economic, cultural and educational center since ancient times, and a well-known tourist center since the mid-20th century. Today it is a town with more than 15 thousand inhabitants, which includes picturesque settlements below the mountain Biokovo: Veliko Brdo, Puharici, Kotisina and Makar, hence the name Makarska. It is one of the most famous tourist destinations on the Croatian coast, attractive due to its natural and climatic sights, diverse tourist offer and hospitable hosts. The sandy and pebble beach, almost two kilometers long, is a recognizable ...
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29. May 2022
Porec - Aquarium
Porec is a tourist town with a rich historical and cultural heritage, located on the west coast of Istria. The Porec Riviera stretches from the Lim Channel in the south and to the Mirna River Valley in the north. Tourist centers are Zelena Laguna, Bijela Uvala, Plava Laguna, Brulo, Spadici, Materada, Ulika, Cervar-Porat and Lanterna. The city developed on the basis of Roman architecture and to this day the orthogonal urban layout of the streets has been preserved, with picturesque Romanesque buildings and Venetian Gothic palaces. Porec achieved its greatest rise during the reign of the Byzantine Emperor Justinian. The largest cultural monument from this period is the Euphrasian B ...
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29. May 2022
Novigrad - St Pelagius and St Maximilian Church
Novigrad is a picturesque Mediterranean town located on the western side of the Istrian peninsula, south of Umag. Once a peaceful fishing village, it has developed over the years into a popular tourist destination, attracting tourists from all over Europe and the world. From the northern part it is closed by the bay of the river Mirna, which flows into the Adriatic Sea. The present three-nave basilica, which was a cathedral until 1831, got its original shape in the early Christian period, in the 5th and 6th centuries. Traces of this period can be seen on the north longitudinal wall of the basilica, where early Christian window frames were discovered in 1972. Within the sacral com ...
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29. May 2022
Buzet
Buzet is located on top of a hill in the upper part of the Mirna river valley. It lies in the middle of central Istria, below the peaks of Cicarija. The older part of the settlement is traditionally built on an isolated hill, while the newer part, Fontana, is located at the foot. Buzet stands at the crossroads and because of this it has always played an important traffic role. Administratively Buzet has the status of a city, the center of an area dotted with several smaller settlements. In the Roman period there was a settlement Pinquentum, in the Middle Ages a fortress. Buzet gets its present appearance in the Venetian era, when the city fortifications were built. Residential bu ...
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29. May 2022
Labin
Labin is the largest town in southeastern Istria. It is about five kilometers away from the sea, Rabac Bay. The old town center is located on the hill Labin, and the newer part spreads at the foot of Podlabin. The place is the best preserved acropolis settlement in Istria and a popular excursion point. Labin was once known for its coal mine. Today, trade, the metal industry and wood processing have developed here. The settlement lies along the road that leads north towards Rijeka and south towards Pula. In the Roman period it was mentioned as Albona, but in the early Middle Ages it was already known by the Croatian form of the name Labin. The place is surrounded by a defensive wa ...
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29. May 2022
Porec - Old Town Centre
Porec is a popular tourist town located on the west coast of Istria. The Porec Riviera stretches all the way from the Lim Channel in the south to the Mirna River Valley in the north. Well-known tourist centers are Zelena Laguna, Bijela Uvala, Plava Laguna, Brulo, Spadici, Materada, Ulika, Cervar-Porat and Lanterna. Porec is a picturesque town with a beautifully preserved old town. The peninsula, where the old town of Porec developed, has been inhabited for thousands of years and is therefore often called a cultural monument. The historic core was once surrounded by towers and walls. The largest attractions are the North Tower by the Bay of Peskera, the Pentagonal Tower, located a ...
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29. May 2022
Novigrad - City Walls
Novigrad is located on the coast of Istria between Umag and Porec. It is a picturesque town and port, once a peaceful fishing village, but over the years it has become a popular resort for tourists from all over Europe and the world. The city is marked by many cultural and historical sites. The old town center was once completely surrounded by mighty walls, but to this day only parts of it have survived. The fortification of the city began in the 13th century when the Venetian Republic came to power. In the rather turbulent times of the struggle for supremacy in the Adriatic area between the Italian ports of Genoa and Venice, Novigrad had to recognize Venetian rule in 1270. After ...
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29. May 2022
Aquarium Pula
Aquarium Pula is located in the tourist resort Verudela, which is about three kilometers from the center of Pula. The aquarium has its premises in the picturesque Austro-Hungarian fortress Verudela, which was built in 1886. The renovation of the fortress into an aquarium has been ongoing since 2002. Visitors to the Pula Aquarium can get acquainted with the inhabitants of the southern and northern Adriatic Sea, tropical sea and freshwater fish and the inhabitants of European rivers and lakes. Aquarium Pula covers approximately 2000 m2. From the top of the Verudela fortress there is a beautiful view of the city of Pula and the whole of Istria, and in the tunnel of the fortress you ...
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29. May 2022
Novigrad - Museum Lapidarium
Novigrad is a picturesque Mediterranean town, port and a famous tourist center in Istria, which is administratively under the County of Istria. It is located on the west coast of the Istrian peninsula, south of the town of Umag. It is closed from the northern part by the bay of the river Mirna, which flows into the Adriatic Sea here. There are two marinas in Novigrad. Museum Lapidarium is located in the immediate vicinity of the parish church of St. Pelagius and St. Maximus. The Lapidarium is a museum collection of 93 stone monuments from ancient times and the early and late Middle Ages. Half of them are part of permanent museum exhibitions. Lapidarium is one of the most importan ...
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